Alexander II of Creeperopolis

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In this Creeperian name, the first or paternal surname is Martínez de Escobar and the second or maternal family name is Hernández de Sáenz.
Alexander II
Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans
Emperor of all Catholics
Holy Protector of the State of the Church
Official portrait of Alexander II, 2019.
Official portrait of Alexander II, 2019.
14th Emperor of Creeperopolis
Reign18 June 2003 – present
Coronation15 September 2003
PredecessorAlfonso VI
Heir apparentAlexander, Prince of Extremadura
14th Holy Protector of the State of the Church
Reign18 June 2003 – present
PredecessorAlfonso VI
51st Prince of Extremadura
Tenure29 April 2002 – 18 June 2003
PredecessorAlfonso (V) Martínez Hernández
SuccessorAlexander (III) Martínez Tzul
EmperorAlfonso VI
Born (1978-09-15) 15 September 1978 (age 44)
San Salvador Imperial Palace, San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
Full name
Alexander II Adolfo Domingo de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Escobar y Hernández de Sáenz
HouseHouse of Martínez – Pelayo
FatherAlfonso VI of Creeperopolis
MotherMaría Hernández Sáenz
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism
SignatureSignature of Alexander II
Military service
Allegiance Creeperopolis
Branch/service Creeperian Armed Forces
RankCoat of Arms of Creeperopolis.png Commander-in-Chief
Battles/warsCreeperian Conflicts

Alexander II of Creeperopolis (Creeperian Script: Ալեխանդեր ԻԻ;[note 1] full name: Alexander II Adolfo Domingo de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Escobar y Hernández de Sáenz;[note 2] born 15 September 1978) is the reigning Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans, who also holds the titles of Holy Protector of the State of the Church, King of Castilliano, King of Atlántida, and King of Senvar, among other titles. As emperor, he is the head of state and head of government of Creeperopolis, the commander-in-chief of the Creeperian Armed Forces (FAC), and the leader of the Creeperian Initiative (IRCCN y la'FPPU).

Born in 1978, Alexander was the second son of Prince Alfonso and Princess María, and a nephew of reining Emperor Adolfo V. His father assumed the throne in October 1999, upon when he assumed the title of Prince of La'Victoria. His older brother, Prince Alfonso, was assassinated in April 2002, upon when Alexander II assumed the title of Prince of Extremadura and became first in line to the throne of Creeperopolis. On 18 June 2003, the Creeperian Armed Forces staged a coup d'état against his father's government, killing Alfonso VI in the process, and proclaimed Alexander II as emperor; he was coronated on 15 September 2003.

He married Alexandra Santos Tzul in 2000 and the couple has three children: Alexander, Prince of Extremadura (heir apparent), Adolfo, Prince of La'Victoria, and María, Princess Imperial.

Early life

Prince Alexander Adolfo Domingo de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Escobar y Hernández de Sáenz was born on 15 September 1978 at 11:43 a.m. SST at the San Salvador Imperial Palace in San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis. He was born to Prince Alfonso, a younger brother of the then-reigning Emperor Adolfo V, and Princess María. Prince Alexander was the couple's second child; his older brother was Prince Alfonso and his younger brother was Prince Salvador.

Prince Alexander was baptized on 23 September 1978 in the Cathedral of Christ the King, considered to be the most important church in Creeperopolis. The christening gown he wore during his baptism was the same that had been worn by all royal babies since Prince Maximiliano (the later Emperor Maximiliano II in 1834. His godparents were Prince José and Princess Claudia (his paternal granduncle and grandaunt). Upon his baptism, he was given the title of Prince of Bautista, a traditional title granted to all baptized royals which dates to the 18th century.

Throughout most of his early life, Prince Alexander was not generally considered to be a serious contender to assume the throne of Creeperopolis. Upon his birth, he was sixth in the line of succession behind his uncle, Romero, Prince of Extremadura (first), his cousins, Romero, Prince of La'Victoria (second) and Prince Juan (third), his father, Prince Alfonso (fourth), and his brother, Prince Alfonso (fifth); the reigning emperor, Adolfo V, did not have any sons and daughters were inelegible to inherit the throne. When Adolfo V died on 28 February 1987, he was succeeded by his brother—Romero III; his son became the Prince of Extremadura. On 17 December 1989, various members of the royal family, including Romero, Prince of Extremadura and Juan, Prince of La'Victoria, were killed in a plane crash which suddenly made Prince Alexander third in line to the throne after his father and older brother.


Prince Alexander in 1997.

At the age of eighteen, Prince Alexander became a member of the Creeperian Initiative (IRCCN y la'FPPU), the country's sole legal political party. In 1997, he enrolled in the San Salvador Imperial Military Academy to study military history and military tactics, as is tradition for all male members of the Creeperian royal family. During his time at the military academy, he observed military exercises and operations within the departments of the Zapatista (1997), Castilliano (1998), San Juan (1999), and San Pedro (2000). He survived two assassination attempts during his enrollment at the military academy, the first on 5 July 1998 in Chalatenango by the Militarist Front for National Liberation (FMLN) and the second on 1 March 1999 by the Society of Deltinian Brothers (SOHEDEL).

Prince Alexander participated in each 15 September National Unity Parade from 1997 through 2000. He graduated on 15 September 2000 and was bestowed the honorary rank of Field Marshal by his father, who had since assumed the throne in 1999 as Alfonso VI, during that year's 15 September military parade. Prince Alexander was also awarded the grand collar grade of the Imperial Cross of San Romero the Martyr (SRM), the highest imperial honor which can be bestowed upon anyone who is not the reigning monarch.

Prince of Extremadura

On 16 October 1999, Emperor Romero III died and was succeeded by Prince Alexander's father who became Emperor Alfonso VI. When Alfonso VI became emperor, his eldest son became the Prince of Extremadura, the heir apparent to the Creeperian throne, and as the second oldest son, Prince Alexander became the Prince of La'Victoria, second in the line of succession.

Reign as Emperor

2003 coup d'état

Upon Alfonso VI's ascension to the throne, he radically shifted the country's government to increase his power and influence over the government and to provide government positions to his allies.


Personal life

Family connections

Alexander II is a second cousin of Salisfordian King Francesco II.



Then-Prince Alexander married Alexandra María Santos y Tzul on 19 January 2000. The couple has three children:




Titles, styles, honors, and arms

Titles and styles

Royal styles of
Emperor Alexander II
Reference styleHis Imperial Majesty
Spoken styleYour Imperial Majesty
Alternative styleSir

Alexander II's full title as Emperor is:

His Imperial Majesty
By the Grace of God
Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans
Emperor of all Catholics
Holy Protector of the State of the Church
Emperor of Adolfo III Land, El Salvador and Nuevo Honduras, Rakeo, the Romanyans, and the San Carlos Islands
King of Atlántida, Castilliano, Honduras, Senvar, and Sequoyah
Prince of Extremadura Emeritus
Prince of La'Victoria Emeritus
Prince of Bautista
Archduke and Protector of Abdan, Helam, Jakiz, Nuevo Amanecer, and San Pablo del Norte
Archduke of Adolfosburg, Atlántida, Atlántida del Sur, Cantoño, Castilliano, Costa Rica, Isla Atlántida, La'Libertad del Norte, La'Libertad del Sur, La'Unión, Nuevo Atlántida, Salvador, the San Carlos Islands, San Juan, San Luís, San Miguel, San Pablo, San Pedro, San Romero, San Salvador, San Salvador del Norte, Santa Ana, Santa María, Senvar, Sonsatepan, Sonsonate, and Zapatista
Grand Duke of Adolfosburg, Chalatenango, La'Libertad, Salvador, San Romero, San Salvador, Tuxtla Martínez, and Victoria
Duke of Ciutat dels Àngels, Puerto Francisco, San Juan Diego, San Salvador del Oeste, Suchitoto
Imperial Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Army, Imperial Navy, Imperial Air Force, and Imperial Guard
Imperial Defender of the Surian Continent and the Southern Ocean
Caudillo of the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council and the Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification
Conquerer of the Deltinians and the Southern Peoples
Unifier of the Amacha, Chihueta, Iloqutzi, Imnoqueti, Llohechue, Tzachu, and Xuhuetí
Triumphator Over Atheism, Communism, and Democracy
Dictator of Romerism and the Imperial Destiny
Head of the House of Martínez – Pelayo

Awards and decorations

Alexander II in uniform.
Alexander II and Empress Consort Alexandra.
Domestic decorations


Foreign decorations

 El Salvador






 State of the Church

See also

Creeperopolis portal
Terraconserva portal


  1. Creeperian Spanish pronunciation: [a.leˈksan.ðeɾ el seˈɣ].
  2. Creeperian: Ալեխանդեր ԻԻ Ադոլֆո Դոմինգո դե լա'Սանտա Տրինիդադ դե Սան Ալֆոնսո յ Սան Միգuել յ Սան Րոմերո Մարտձնեզ դե Եսծոբար յ Հերնընդեզ դե Սըենզ; Creeperian Spanish pronunciation: [a.leˈksan.ðeɾ el seˈɣ aˈ doˈmiŋ.ɣo de laˈsan.ta ˈðad de san alˈ i san ˈmi.ɣel i san ɾoˈme.ɾo maɾˈti.nez de es.koˈbaɾ i erˈnan.dez de ˈsa.enz].
  3. The Grand Collar of the Hero of the Free Republic of Noundures was awarded by the government of El Salvador on behalf of the government of Noundures.


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Alexander II of Creeperopolis
Born: 15 September 1978
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Alfonso VI
Emperor of Creeperopolis
and the Creeperans

Heir apparent:
Prince of Extremadura
Holy Protector of the
State of the Church

Preceded by
Alfonso III
King of Castilliano
Preceded by
Alfonso II
King of Atlántida
Preceded by
Alfonso V
King of Senvar
Creeperian royalty
Preceded by
Alfonso III
Prince of Extremadura
Succeeded by
Alexander III
Military offices
Preceded by
Alfonso VI
of the Armed Forces

Sporting positions
New title Honorary President of
the Liga Imperial